Bringing your baby home from the hospital is an exciting time. You have spent months preparing for their arrival- buying their new crib, bedding, a rocking chair where you spend all.the.nights feeding and soothing your little babe. You have all their new little onesies, clothing, and swaddles. Everything is perfect, but there is one thing
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Wryneck occurs when the neck muscles twist beyond their usual capacity, causing the head to tilt. The condition is also known as torticollis or loxia. Wryneck may develop over time. It can also occur after an injury to the area, or because of a reaction to medication. A person with wryneck may find it uncomfortable
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A subchorionic bleed is also called a subchorionic hemorrhage. It refers to a collection of blood that can develop between the gestational membranes, such as the placenta, and the uterus during pregnancy. This blood can lead to vaginal bleeding during pregnancy. This article will look at the causes and risks of a subchorionic hemorrhage (SCH),
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[embedded content] By John D. Tulenko, Jackie Mader and Lillian Mongeau, The Hechinger Report We know preschool makes a big difference for kids and that its effects can last a lifetime. But to have that kind of impact, early care has to be high quality. Faced with constraints on price, availability and location, parents are
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In a society that thrives on deadlines and productivity, it’s tough for many adults to embrace their creative sides. And for busy parents, it can be even more difficult to help foster their kids’ creativity between after-school activities, homework and regular life. We spoke to a play expert, an art teacher and an early childhood
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Parenting in 2018 brings with a whole host of new challenges, especially when it comes to “screen time.” The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends limiting screen use to one hour per day of “high-quality programs” for children 2 to 5 years old and placing “consistent limits” on screen time and types of media for kids
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It’s comfortable, manageable, useful, and it’s your everyday go-to source when you have errands to run. We’re talking handbags! A much-needed and uniquely styled accessory women have come to cherish (but it didn’t start there). Whatever your fashion sense is when it comes to your everyday handbag or a special occasion handbag, make handbag day
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Politicians use many tactics to gain the trust and support of potential voters ― including holding and kissing constituents’ babies. “Baby kissing,” which even has its own Wikipedia entry, is a time-honored political tradition that appears to date back to the days of Andrew Jackson. According to a story printed in 1888, Jackson took a
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When it comes to parenting, John Legend admits he may not always get it right, but he is working hard to raise kind and healthy kids. HuffPost caught up with the singer at the launch of his partnership with the nonprofit Wholesome Wave and the juice brand Naked for Drink Good Do Good, a campaign
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Image: Shutterstock Children are fascinated by magic, but it’s even better when they can be magicians themselves. Teach your little magician how to do magic right here. MomJunction has curated easy, simple and fun tricks for kids to learn and try. 1. The sugar cube magic Image: iStock Write a number on a sugar cube,
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You can choose your friends – but you can’t choose your family. With all the shared life experiences and upbringing, siblings have the potential to be the closest of friends, however often times that is not always so. Those with toxic sibling relationships are all too familiar with this. According to Psychology Today, total sibling
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When it comes to pets, people go crazy over their own. In short, pet lovers are a special breed (pun intended). For those that adore their furry friend to the moon and back, Petsie is the perfect gift. Whether shopping for an upcoming holiday, birthday, yourself, or simply a way to say, “Hey, your pet
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All recipes courtesy of Guiding Stars. Millions of students, from kindergarten through college-age, are heading or have already headed back to school, and parents are getting back to regular office life. This means in just a couple weeks, millions of Americans will already be sick of plain turkey or PB&J sandwiches in their pre-packed lunches. Whether
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Having a cesarean delivery, which people also often refer to as a C-section, can have a big impact on a mother’s mental and physical health in the weeks afterward. To speed up their recovery, people can try various lifestyle and wellness methods that may help. Cesarean deliveries are common, accounting for an estimated 31.9 percent
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The stigma surrounding menstruation has made it an incredibly secretive topic, one that’s been deemed best to discuss behind closed doors. Because it’s taboo, it’s no surprise that some parents may struggle to openly chat about periods with their own children. HuffPost turned to sex education experts and researchers for advice on what to do
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